A delegation of more than 30 international journalists and editors arrived in Belfast recently to see and experience at first hand the transformational effect which peace, greater political and economic stability, business, regeneration and tourism growth have brought since the Good Friday Agreement
Ardmore Advertising, the leading UK and Ireland integrated communications specialist, has scooped GOLD at the 2018 Media Awards, taking home the coveted ‘Media Agency of the Year NI’ award. Now in its eighth year, the annual Media Awards
Musgrave, the name behind Northern Ireland’s leading wholesale and convenience retail brands, SuperValu, Centra, Mace and MarketPlace, is celebrating 35 years of business in Northern Ireland, with the release of a new television advert featuring local store workers, customers and well-known iconic places.
A host of directors from successful businesses across a wide range of industry sectors have been announced as finalists in the Institute of Directors 2018 Director of the Year Awards, sponsored by First Trust Bank. A strong panel
Ulster University Business School is opening its doors to business leaders and managers over a two-week period in April to share best practice across a range of topical themes and issues. The Spring into Business Festival which will
Comber farm, Mash Direct, have landed a new deal to supply one of the UK’s biggest supermarket chains, Waitrose, with their convenient vegetable side dishes. The listing will see Mash Direct’s Carrot and Parsnip Mash go into
Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council has launched a free programme which has been designed to help the growth of local businesses by helping them learn new skills and develop confidence to make the most of the vast digital retail opportunities available.
Belfast’s Central Business District (CBD), created to encourage regeneration and investment in the Linen Quarter of the city has been officially launched. The CBD opened with a business breakfast in the Grand Opera House – announcing seven priority
Hospitality Ulster, the Northern Ireland industry body for the licensed trade, has said numerous local producers have expressed grave concerns about the impact that pending legislation in the Republic of Ireland (ROI) will have on their ability to export products across the Irish
Construction work on Southern Regional College’s new £35 million educational campus in Armagh has begun after demolition crews cleared the way for full build work to start. The new campus, which is part of a £95 million investment